- Use: Body
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Ingredient: grape seed
NET WT: 1000ml
Grapeseed oil is a by-product of winemaking. After wine is made by pressing grapes, grape seeds are left behind. Grapeseed oil is extracted from these leftover grape seeds.
Other reasons grapeseed oil is used are to:
- moisturize skin.
- heal acne.
- lighten skin.
- tighten pores.
- reduce the appearance of scars.
- remove makeup.
- When applied to your hair, grapeseed oil adds moisture, strength, and shine. Try massaging a couple of tablespoons of grapeseed oil (using more or less, depending on the length of your hair) into your hair and scalp before shampooing. Grapeseed oil is used as a natural remedy for baldness.
- Grapeseed oil helps the vitamin E and vitamin C in your skin to be more efficient and effective at preserving your skin, great for aftersun, or tanning.
- Thanks to its vitamin E and linoleic acid content, grapeseed oil lightens skin discolorations like acne scars and sunspots. Studies have shown that it can help speed up the healing process and decrease the formation of keloid scars: raised, enlarged scarring commonly caused by severe burns, cuts, or acne. So if You are tanning with it, it will give You a more even tan - nice work!
- Boosts collagen: Studies have shown that grapeseed oil can protect against sun damage and promote collagen repair. In fact, it may reduce the appearance of fine lines and stretch marks.
- Anti-microbial: Grapeseed oil's anti-microbial properties mean that it deeply cleanses the skin.
- When used in cooking, it is shown to contribute to the reduction of damaged cells from free radicals in the body. This protection helps prevent heart disease and some cancers.
- From high-heat sautéing to stir-frying to baking, grapeseed oil is an excellent everyday oil; it's especially useful in pasta sauces, soups, and dressings. And you can use it as a substitute for olive oil in cooking. It should be stored for up to six months in a cool, dark place or in the refrigerator.
Nutrition Information when cooked - 1tablespoon